Tickets to luncheon are available online until February 3, 2017.
Tips may be called in to Crime Stopper hot lines at any time; 436-STOP or 1-800-237-STOP.
“Riverfront Fort Wayne Educational Series” offers a way for the public to ask questions from a panel of experts, and learn the latest about local waterways.
Summit Equestrian Center serves people of all abilities.
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WANE-TV Community Calendars and PSAs are free services for area nonprofit organizations.
History Center celebrates state award.
Positive, measurable results are attributed to the Project Roadblock partnership.
Water rates would increase 30 percent this year and 20 percent in 2018.
The voting process in Fort Wayne looked quite different a century ago. See an early ballot box used to elect Fort Wayne’s first nine mayors.
Crime Stoppers Director, Greg Lewis presented a plaque to Rusty York for years of support and service to Crime Stoppers.
Open daily until December 11.
New, unwrapped toys will be distributed to children who are registered for the program.
Please drop off Angel Tree gifts by December 9 to one of the public sites or to the Salvation Army Community Center on North Clinton.
The town of Hicksville, Ohio opened a memorial to honor the town’s fallen, living and future veterans.
Fort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – Readers, writers, and aspiring authors are invited to the sixth annual Author Fair. It will be held on Saturday, … More »
Tickets are available by calling 260-745-3100.
Tickets will be available in person or online.
The Family Summit offers tips and techniques for raising teens.
Rehabilitation Center seeks items to support men enrolled in the program.